HOW MUCH DOES IT COST
CLEANING PRICE GUIDE
One Driveway & Gutter at a time
Our cleaning price guide is designed to give you an idea on the cost to clean your drive or patio. Cleaning prices start from just £80.00!
Many, if not most of the jobs fall into this price to be honest.
To some it may sound a bit more expensive than what they may have been used to or expect.
Please remember that this is not a Karcher or other domestic power washer. It is a professional, petrol driven, very powerful and effective piece of machinery.
I can clean just about any hard surface i.e Driveway, Patio, Fencing, Decking, Walls and brickwork, garden ornaments (concrete bird baths etc) and even some kinds of patio furniture.
Every quote I undertake is priced specifically for you, every customers needs and requirements are different. Each driveway and patio is of different size to the last, this is why I offer a free no hassle quotation service. We come round, assess the area’s to be cleaned, measure up and finally give a quote. The price quoted at the time is the price you pay, I don’t add little bits on at the end.
Many jobs can actually be quoted for from photos you send me.
As I am sure you will appreciate there are all sorts of job requests when it comes to this service and also the size of area and where you are located all play a part in giving a price.
If you can provide an acurate picture (multiple would be best) of all areas you want cleaning I can probably give you a price based on them.
I would also need to know your postcode.
Bear in mind that (for example) block paving requires more time and if it has a large quantity of weeds perhaps even longer.
Let me just touch upon the element of re-sanding….
Look how well this block paved driveway turned out, no more moss. They look fantastic when new, but quickly become dirty and tired looking. When this drive was laid all those joints between the blocks would have been filled with a fine sand, it’s a special sand known as “Kiln Dried Sand” this is because unlike normal types of sand it is purchased absolutely 100% dry (some sands like building sand etc are often kept open to the elements and soak up moisture, which is no good for paving as you can’t sweep it into the joints)
It’s this sand that creates the structure to the driveways strength and rigidity. Without this sand the blocks would move and lift out when walked or driven
over. This sand should be regularly topped up to ensure the drive remains strong.
Over time the sand between these bricks washes and blows away, either through weather or from washing. Every time you wash your car or sweep your drive, small amounts of this sand is removed, until eventually you are left with big open joints or lifting/sinking blocks.